Home Education with Your Home in Mind! And an e-conference for you!


Sally, would you please, please start speaking and writing on Home Schooling, again???”

This was the most often received request at our Mom Heart conferences this year. Because I love all mamas and love just encouraging them in their roles, I have, perhaps, neglected writing articles on home schooling. But, if you have been in my home or have read some of my books, you know that I think all mamas are educators and trainers.

But, I have been working on a live e-conference for you who want some refreshment this time of year about building foundations in your home that give life, inspiration, and energy to your role as a Home Schooling Mom. We are trying this as an experiment, as we want to serve all of you the best way we can through this blog, our conferences and our ministry. So you must let me know if this is of interest to you.

I loved, loved homeschooling my children and love who they have become. I home-schooled all of them from birth till they graduated from high school and pursued their own careers and school. By God’s grace, they all love us, love God and have found affirmation and favor in their careers or educational pursuits, so I suppose I can now speak with some authority about how we did it in our home.

There is a way to homeschool that cooperates with the way God designed a home to be–and it will prepare and give strength to your children. So, join me in our e-conference next Monday night, March 10, at 7:00 mountain time. It will be live and last for 1 1/2 hours to 2 hours. There will be an opportunity for a few questions but I have lots and lots to share!


Home-Centered Learning:

Weaving a Love of Learning Into the Fabric of Your Home

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March 10th, at 7PM Mountain Time (8 Central, 9 Eastern, 6 Pacific!)

COST: $9.99

Click Here to Register!

This live e-conference will inspire you to cultivate a home of educational excellence; moral righteousness, spiritual inspiration and emotional health.

*In this 1 ½ hour seminar, you will learn how to establish your home as a place that gives life, beauty and inspiration to the hearts, minds and souls of your children.

*Giving practical foundations of love that give security, well-being, happiness and encourage social maturity

*Principles of Discipleship: reaching the hearts and minds of your children for God’s purposes

*Teaching a child how to think Biblically

*Building your Child’s mental and intellectual strength

*Providing your children with heroes, role models and stories that will captivate their imagination

*Passing on a heart for ministry by giving your children opportunities to serve.

*Nurturing independent learning and creativity by providing real life experiences.

*Establishing Traditions that inspire.

*Defining a family culture that feeds their souls.

A mother is crafted by God to bring His life into her home through the ways she organizes and creates life from morning till night, through all the seasons and bridging all of the years together. As a consequence of her life work, children will flourish and become prepared in her home to enter adulthood with confidence in education, social skills, ministry and whatever life brings their way.

Learn some basic foundations that provide the basis on which to build a strong vibrant life.

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(We have been researching the best ways to do e-conferences, (webinars), and have hired an assistant just to help us do more conferences that we hope will reach families all over the world. You participation in this conference will help us fund some new outreaches to reach more families here and around the world with our messages, books and conferences. So we thank you for joining us in this conference and for helping us to reach others.)



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  1. Theresa says

    I’d love to participate, but am wondering if I will be able to access it again to replay it if I miss parts of it? My children are bound to interrupt me and I will have to “leave the conference” to put all the kids to bed at some point since my husband is working late. Looking forward to this!

  2. Anna says

    I am interested in your e-conference on Monday the 10th. Unfortunately, I won’t be home at the 6:00 time (CA time). Will it be archived so we will be able to listen to it on our own time at a later date?

  3. says

    I just signed up however I am with the above ladies! The conference falls over our Spring Break so we’ll be up visiting my parents. I hope to be able to attend but there is the possibility of not. Perhaps the session could be available for later viewing?

    And Sally, someday in your crazy-busy schedule, I wondered if you might do a blog post on peers. I’ve heard you speak on guarding influences, and loving those {especially children} who come into your life. We have some neighbor children that my children love to hang out with but after spending time with them, I have some serious concerns. We also have a neighbor girl that my daughter really likes, and she is a nice girl. I’m trying to figure out how much time to let her play with this girl. Right now my daughter makes sure her room is clean, chores are done, piano practiced, school done and then she WAITS at the window for the school bus to drop off kids and then is completely focused on when she can go play with them. My children are 2 1/2, 5, 7. I want my home to be the central hub of their lives, our family to be their greatest joy but lately Chloe (7) finds her greatest joy with our neighbor girl. Did you ever have neighbors? How did you handle friendships? Did you set limits?

  4. Kristi J. says

    I just purchased this e-conference and was wondering the same thing as the previous ladies. Will it be available for later viewing? Thanks and looking forward to it!

  5. Sheri P says

    I’m with the ladies above. I won’t be able to participate at the time scheduled, but I don’t want to purchase unless you can access it afterward.

  6. Sally says

    Yes, you will be able to access it afterwards. Once purchased, I believe you can play it again and again. We will have a link you can have for watching it at your leisure later on.

  7. Kelli says

    Yay!! Going to sign up right now! My oldest is going into 9th grade next year and I’m starting to panic about homeschooling high school. She’s been homeschooled since the beginning so I know I can do this, but something about the words “high school” are causing me to feel overwhelmed. Looking forward to this!

  8. Spring says

    Hi, Sally! I cannot register until Thursday evening/Fri morning. If you are too full, may I still pay fee for access later? I am so thankful for your life in Christ and your very, very faithful, gentle and kind example!

    • Michelle Clinton says

      I was going to ask you to please do a post about your Sunday Feasts and rhythms……Thank you, thank you, thank you!

  9. Susan says

    Sally, I’m so glad you are going to do this. I’m in England, so the chance of me ever making it to one of your conferences is very slim! So, as you can imagine, seeing this post this morning made me very happy and I’m so glad that I’ve been able to register, and although it will be 1:00am here, it will be a pleasure to stay up late and hear you talk.


  10. Jayne says

    I can’t attend the conference but I would love to hear the talk and discussion. Will you have it available (afterwards) as an MP3 for purchase?

  11. Holly says

    Hi. We live in California and our time changes (springs back one hour) this weekend. So are we on the same time as mountain time or will it be different? Our moms group meets on Monday and everyone is excited to join in on the seminar. Hopefully we can make this work!

  12. Amy says

    Dear Sally,
    I wanted to email you about your books that I am reading now. I especially love “Seasons of a Mother’s Heart” and am using it right now as a Bible study. I needed some encouragement during this very long winter in the Northeast because I have five children to homeschool and all of them have physical special needs or special learning needs. Two of my children have mild intellectual disabilities. I got some of your books because I really like your blog and I read you also homeschooled your children who had special needs so I figured you would be able to relate to my challenges. I did want to make one comment about the “Educating the WholeHearted Child” book. Overall it is wonderful, although I wanted to share that it might be a hard read for a mother who homeschools children with learning issues. I am on Chapter 11 and you make most learning sound like it comes so natural to all children if you just relax and use whole books and the methods you describe. I have to say I completely agree that this is true for most children of normal intelligence who do not have any learning disabilities but it is not true for a number of children who greatly struggle to understand even the most basic of concepts. On pg. 206, the book says, “Always keep in mind that God has set you up to succeed as a math teacher. Your job, with his help, is simply to release and guide your children’s inherent ability to use numbers and arithmetic functions that is already burned into their being by God.” I only share this because if you ever release another copy of this book, you might want to add in a disclaimer for those parents trying to teach children with learning disabilities or intellectual disabilities. All five of my children are adopted and come from difficult beginnings. We love reading lots of whole books and using many Charlotte Mason principles but homeschooling them is still a huge challenge. Two of my children did not receive an inherent ability to use numbers from God. I hope this doesn’t sound super critical, I just know how discouraging it can be when one’s child makes little to no progress for years on end in a subject like math when other children pick it up in the natural way you wrote about. I wouldn’t want other parents reading your book to feel like failures because their children just can’t understand some things. I appreciate your encouragement and support for us mothers who homeschool. Blessings! Amy

  13. Carina says

    HI Sally
    I’d love to hear the talk, but I’m living in Japan and I will not be able to listen to it on the set time. Should I register now to be able to have access to it later or can I “buy” it later when it becomes available?
    Ps I read all your books and I am so encouraged by everything you have written. We are missionaries in Japan and busy-busy-busy homeschooling our 4 children.

  14. Erica Laramee says

    Ok. This is what I have been waiting for! Am wondering like the ladies above if this we be available as a replay, or if possibly you would be willing to do one again in a few months or year for those of us who can’t make it to this one? I will be unavailable during this time – but have been hoping to hear you speak on home-centered learning. I hope I can hear it another time! Please?? :)

    Thanks so much for all you do!

  15. Karen says

    I am sooooo excited to be a part of this amazing opportunity!! And so glad to hear it will be available for us to listen to later on as well. Sally, you are such a God-send for so many of us. Thank you from the depths of my heart for all you do!!

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